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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta XovciHber 21, TTTE l.RTIinillPGE DAILY HERALD Pace 5 The Meaning o7 a Name "SALABA" means everything that is choicest in fine tea. "SALADA" means the world's best grown all the exquisite freshness and flavor retained by the sealed lead packages. HACK, MEEK Mr KXEO Straight Out For a Clean City, (Continued From Kroat Paid I age tiie bodily functions become! Lkxativei' givt Ktutle, timely and effective aid, without or distress. 250. a box at jour Druggist's. 173 all things. A vote that cm be pur- vhascd a cigar or glass ol boer, is not worth the paper il is ou, auii an elecU'r has no moral tight to tell a lie on his ballot Mr. At- kiu Ihnurhl he liad IV first real platform of tlie method ol a pro- posed administration, and statement tit the problems confronting the city. WHAT MOKS A I'AHSON Jir. Atkin bad he.-ird such leinaiis _ as does a parson know'. jrr the Criminal Ooile, we can rise'that was brought to light MACLEOD COUNCIL DECIDES TO PURCHASE IT FOR THE HOSPITAL iiaeieod, Nov. I'J. The Maclcod Folks Who Ride Hobbies Can't Climb on a More Valuable One Than The "Simple Breakfast" Idea TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES 5 A bowl of'Force" and mills or cream, one soft boiled egg and no more than one cup of coffee will keep you going till luncheon and make your mornings count. all the food you rest gives the little touch of variety. by TV H-0 CompMjr, Himilto., us nM tj Pitsbylmian chaich ai'l Ihe Alberta i l.uau and Invest inr.'it Co. as such have, accoiding to tr.r statuK-s oi from a Jcsirr to clarify thejt'iwiaJa, no vote 6.1 municipal clec- cjtj if Ke can't elraii tht citj- unr In Such was the fact ht to light at the town council on Mon- It Puts You in Good Spirits about and "What (lie lit" ami fMcl bylaws which will deal ot the town council on_ Mon- do we want uf a parson, ivith the problem; acil i( I am elect- day night wlfn Itov. Kdwin Smith, He thought thai he might he given td not only enforce M.A.. and1 It. Havies sought to; at much consideration as a rigorous insistence, but have their pUml on the vet-! anyor.e. and that the questions were i create laws whiili will eradi- ers' lists. There was else of an insult to his high calling, which what we ate already supposed a startling nature up, how- rf'quires all the manly qualities that (0 be tree from. And suck a program lhe business transacted being it is possible to crowd into a human would only be in keeping with the 'nearly all ftame. A parson learns to think for findings oi all the vice commissions i "With Messrs. Ityan, Orady, Mac- himsell before he can possibly enter (he large cities. If we do nofDonntll, Hilliatd, .McN'ay anil Suth- his chosen field. He must see the end throttle if, it will tbrottle us. This erland in their places Mayor Stfdman of a problem letorc he commences to campaign is a moral and I am ascended the rostium promptly at jn j( as a inan, not as a minister." eight .o'clock Put the municipal SOCIALIST SI'KAKS imachiuery in mol'on. Following the j the speaker -.vas asked by J. leading and adoplion ot the minutes a red ras Socialist and soap ol (he. preceding meeting it was mov- b0j orator, 'what he would ilo with Councillors Grady and Uryan thcse women, il they were not scgre- the usual monthly srsnt of igni- given to the hospital and solve it. lie must also learn finance. "The finest education' in finance a cian can said he, "is trying to mate ends meet on a minister's salary. and anyone who can do it. it a prodigy." and id ir MacDo'jnell ol TUB PLATFORM 'gated. The minister made the signl "What do I stand asked Jlr. ficant reply thcl it was not a mat- i Councillors Grady min. "I stand first and last for the ter ot tip'women. It was a ques- bc granted the Hoard development: of n' civic conscience, lion o! the men. The gave i Trade for the months of October ana Everything 1 want to put into prac- such vociferous applause to this re- 'November. A report was then tiec, is wrapped up in that stale-nee, mart, that the Socialist was heard frcjn Baailiiiastw (.halilen I'herc has been too mueh taken for from no more, only to request that that there weie at present ranted, and too little development he be, given the free use of the hall all told in tie bar.d and its the civic'mina. to "spread the propoganda." re-: conclusion it was moved and scconJ- "Kcgiilarly tlufinj the' year, I quest was refused by the committee, cd Messrs. McNay and MacUuniicll would venture to address the people, but offered to meet the that tne secretary-treasurer PROTEST AGAINST TREATMENT OF PRISONERS I.-otidon, Nov. is belnR published 'throughout Europe (his morning a protest against the 111- treatment of political prisoners in KusBia. It bears a number of signa- tures of political men, scientists, art. isls and men of letieis of. Kuroiieau icpulo. the and let them know-the exact'status luminary on any platform, at any bandmaster s sstorv eich month ami of the city's It is r.ot lair other time. that V" same be.charged against the to appear at election time, and then, .Other than; these plar.Vs, Mr. Atkin I bard grant.. All three motion carried disappear lor another year." save a very impressive outline oi the j Other planks in his platform are, needs of the luture, as the city gresv Tlie Bequest ol R. I.. Mattbejys the needs ol the masses, the rights ol industrially, touching on the -slum -chairman ol the school hoard, tnal the classes, and the demands ol the "question, the proper housing ol the.two Iols a sfhool-house has times. Each bl these was .explained poor, povcrts', Ihe prot-ect-lo.i ot chil- be translerrcd in detail, and the remarks to the dren; and', provision lor working men ll'e fhc nora'na! 4 neeils oi the masses were 'especially "as resards proper pay lor Sunday la- sideration ol Sl.OO, was granted, the trite. The demand of the day, accord- tor.''In his plank "a dean he Phrase 'or school pnr- ir.g to the speaVer, is the education included the linuo'r traffic, the com- I Poses of the people to their needs and Ihe merdalucd amuserueuts, anil gamb: Thc ol Purchasing an way to them. jling.. Theie. a large attendance i ni i tne meeting, and a lir.e impression A CLLAN C1TA made y.. catncs.( appeal (o the r.nset that an ambulance bc pur Thessalon, Ont, Nor- The burden ol tlie address rested tupnn this subject, particularly in coh- Int-ction v.-ith the question ol cora- iuntors arocoming oulot :mercial'7cd and the timber country In' nnJ adjacent i Prostitution. A clean city means the to the Jlissalssauga forest reseri-c from all the forms ol.'com- nnd report that a va'sf amount'of dam- vice, but this was re-, age has be'i-n caused -by the recent: as most' rrrcat slorni to the 'itaqdtnE .timber.' All who have been In the back town- J less'Vbc n.c ship say that tlio done is A it) h menJous. one m.n etlimalM tho'J the -rt-i MAPLZ tEAF LABtU COWAN' PERFECTION COCOA day starts right side up when you enjoy your breakfast. Cowan'i cocoa fortifiesyour body for the work of (lie day. It starts you ofi with bright outlook. it ii so but more because it is so in- vigorating so easily digested. I LB. TINS. AT ALL GROCERS THE COWAN COMPANY. LIMITED .TORONTO CANADA Edmonton, Nov. Catholic ca- Mre.Edwardb. She's the cook who puts spice into variety into ail sorts of meat dishes, BEEF LOAF. i amount of Fallen timber 'at no than forty, per. cent.' One lumberman reports that seveniv. per ceii't, 'of his particular'limit Is now-'down.1 -i crgcoandfinr. Atl light lodi cricknt rol'ej fine, four ji, cup. milk, quiitcr c-jp better good of Teiy To fjcfcct cf EvwAllsf' DUICCATta Blown Scurj forra i toaft, itj in baking jus, a litllc Kot walir. bkc t IK thcdral, costing, in the RCLghJibilmoil W' of an ior the use oE tlic hospital Ihft same 1o lie for out 1lie toun lots, fund, and just bef tnglnoer Allham rd that the fillraUon plant had li tested 'perfectly, tHat it rnnii well and-llial it was in readlnrss io the oflicial uTicning at any time. The names of Mrs. Ltua.M. I.aivson, Mrs. 1 51. n: FawceU.and. Juhn Trice were pi need on the voters' lists and on Bryan's' motion an ''adjournment was called (or l-ivo AFTER SICKNESS OB OPERATION It it a pathetic mistake to accept or alcoholic mixturu when nature nourithment_ to repair the wasted body and reilore the'vigor of health. For forty years the, best physicians have relied on the wholesome predigested nourishment in SCOTTS EMULSION which is totally free from alcohol or opiates. Scoff's Emufeion sharpens the bones and restores the courage of health to make life bright. Scott's Emulsion sets in action the very forces that promote health. purify, richness and strength has stood the test had raids; Iri ing arbhlteciuraVlicTiiitj-" of Lethbriilce, which proves this point, .the cathodral, built Were .they made- for spectacular ef- Imonion early next spring. WHILE FIGHTING FIRE Winnipeg, Xovi 20.-UvhtIfi fighting a fire In an old buHding: on Main !street smith this Captain in .Kd- GUI is of No. ,1 fire tbrougli 'the roof of a' shVxl and broke an ankle. C. H. {.CONTRACT .-.-.HOLDERS MEET iloatrenl. meeting of. contract holders 'of' liie Caimdlah lio.ntc corporation was lieltl bete last utglit. Tliis cojiipany rocen t ly acquired by Uic AIpha Mortgage Investment Corpora- tion. a fosiciH ask.liie altoniey-seneral to communi- cate1 witli t'Tio Urilfsli Columbia" gov- ernment and get all information, re- slandhi'g. of the new tlie company. Ttic Erown, 25o White. Etl u 'tr. At eriiychrt. PDWARDS foaam To had from wholesale and (ail grocers everywhere, EB- tztives for Manitoba, Saskatchewan cott Co., Limited, Winnipeg, Represen and Alberta. i _ _ Nov. directors ol the Standard Oil Company, of Canariaj faced a noisy body of shareholders to- day. The company .has property from which it Is proposed to supply several towns In eastern Canada with natural gas but o'tving to the recent lawsuit of the the .company finds Its funds exhausted. Bernard Britain, o has recently-paid, four visits' to ItM; company's property, gave, a'de- cidedly hopeful account of the possi- bilities ir further capital were forth- coming. The shareholders, after a lot of wrangling, decided to wind up Uie company- with a view to Its recon- struction. NOW, HE FACES A PERJURY CHARGE Medicine Hat, Penr- ?.uk was sent for., trial on a perjury charge tnday, arising-but-01 nn'acuon. brought against Mrs, Krauss for theft. He accused her of stealing hEs roll but she naa acquitted. DOWN Note the Prices :o: Taste the Quality Spring Chicken, per pound 22C Mutton, pound............ 14C I'riiiH) Wcllicr Million,, per I Pork, forcqiiarlui's, lh Poi'k, Iiiiidquiii'iors, per il> 17c IMi re Pork Hatisngr, per II) 200 TWO DKLLVEIUES JM The Westminster Market PHONK Jfl-w Stock Is Rapidly yanishing There is lots left yet however. Examine these lines of Seasonable Goods quoted below Men's Underwear Specials in Ladies' Shoes >'e'al. button.- heavy low heel. Regular per pair, f% ee for Ton calf for........ Ladles' High Cut tan blucfta. ilcg- iilar (5.50 p'-r pair' AM for.................._... Men's Bluchers MEN'S GON METAL- Regular }3.50 CO QC for 9C.99 MEN'S VE1.0UR BLUCHERS-Solid rubber solo, felt lined.- OC J5.50 for.............. 9vivp CO l.pU Fleece Lined, and suit for 1 nibbed Knit. C ?1.75, for Wolsey Wool, very' 'fine under- wear. (5.C-3 a sull QC for'.....' Cashmere, fine quality Alpba, Silk and wool mixtures. CO for }O.UU WOOL COMBINATIONS for ?3.50 for J2.75 M.SO for V3.M1; J6.00 for (3.55 Leggings Ladies' Black siiats, black, blue anil fawn. Regular 85c! CA for DUG Children's Corduroy Loggings Regular J1.16. On. for 9UC Underwear All Wool Coinblna- C.1 Cfl tlons. for I .OU Wool and Cotton Mlxlures-QC 41.15 for 3OC All Wool Vest material Drawers to match. Children's Silk and 45c, 55c and. CDC garmenta 25c, 35c, 45 c and 50c. Infant's Ruben VesU. all wool, 45c for OUC Speciad in Ladies' Underwear T-adles' Spun Silk Veata, sleeve- less, a beautiful garment for eten- Ing wear. Regular ?2.00 C AC The same In sllh and lisle; J1.10 lor v.lutt C14 OC 9Id.Cy for........... A vilue. for......... valu.t for....... LS2125 Ladies' Travel- ing Vllutl C1Q ?C 9l0.r9 Bags for'...... Stgi Men's Handkerchiefs 15c at Two OCr for............. EXCELDA, good quality, 15c at TWO lor............ BANDANAS I5c, for ioc GLOVES MEN'S WOOLLEN GLOVES Scotch kRlt, long wrl.t. yc..' for MEN'S 'HEAVY WOOL Jusl Iho llilng for -toe.-..: BUCKSKIN A HORSEH'IDE SHELL MITTS and .As the Holidny Season is drawing suggest- that .yon visit our store Imvi so. You may. ho going riway, we Yon may want to huy Gliristuias'-i'rcscnts, wo to suit you. Conic cnrly as tlio hig stock is certainly .'on the hio'.vc. have not already are surc'to bo ablo The BENTEEY COMPANY. Limited ;